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I really enjoy the shirt and can’t wait to wear it more in the colder months.
Fits good in arms and is great for walking to work in just gotta keep it closed up some
I love this windbreaker! Thin enough to be a good layer over a thick sweater/sweatshirt, but still sturdy enough to withstand some bad nyc wind. Love it!
He’s the cutest little chibi out there! His wheel even spins 😍 I love it!
The Critical Role puzzles are always great quality and I love the design for this one! It's beautiful!
Been putting off buying an ID holder and lanyard for my job and I'm glad I did because it meant I could buy this one!! I love it -- it's really sturdy and well made and it's super cute. Also nice that it's subtle enough to wear in professional settings but also still CritRole themed!
The journal is so pretty and with a faux leather material! The first 2/3rds are normal lined paper and the last section is a grid format. I loved the details of the ribbon and the elastic wrap around the journal. There is also a ribbon pocket on the back cover to hold small items!
I got this just in time for the last camping trip of the year for me and some friends and it was perfect to wear when it was a little chilly but to warm for a sweatshirt. I ordered a size 3x and I am glad I did as it is a little snug in the belly, but otherwise it fit perfect! I love the length and the little nod to our favorite goblin girl Nott! You can reply to this message.
Love the colors
I love how soft and comfortable the shirt is! Due to how well the shirt is made, I look forward to obtaining more in the future.
I have quite a few blankets, and this is my favorite by far. It's just SO comfy, and it looks really cool. I hope we get more blankets for this for other locations!
I've had this for a year now, and it hasn't faded or lost it's softness.
This is, top to bottom, one of the best D&D books I've bought. At a basic level the quality of the physical book is higher than what's standard for these sorts of products, especially the paper quality. That might sound like a small thing, but if you live somewhere humid and have watched the pages of other sourcebooks warp you'll know that it really matters. The binding is also strong and I haven't gotten the bulging in the spine that happens with other often-used books like my PHB.
I also can't say enough about the art. There's a ton of it and virtually every piece is mindblowingly good. This is helped by the choice to emphasize the range of possibilities presented by the material, so, for instance, the sample Path of the Juggernaut barbarian is a gnome rather than a half-orc or dwarf. It does a lot to make the setting feel distinct. I especially love the depictions of dragon blood characters who look a bit less human (big chonky heads) than is typical for dragborn in other handbooks. Add to that the excellent city maps and fully detached fold-out continent map and the book is worth buying for the illustrations alone.
As for the writing and game content, it's amazing. I missed campaign 1 and doubt I'll ever have the time to go back and watch all of it, so I bought this book in part to get a sense for what I've missed. It does not disappoint. The overview of Tal'Dorei was good enough that it replaced the novel I was reading for a few nights and the overview of the afterlives of Vox Machina gave a great sense of what happens to heroes when the adventures are over. Unsurprisingly the world-building is first-class. The world feels real and interconnected but isn't so specific that you couldn't steal tons of this stuff to drop Kraghammer or Emon directly into your own games.
Mechanically, there's too much good stuff to cover. All of the new subclasses are well designed and intriguing to me, but what sets them apart is the merging of mechanics and flavor. One problem with many subclasses in the PHB, Xanathar's, etc. is the disconnect between their fluff and mechanics. Not so here. The Path of the Juggernaut barbarian is all about being an unstoppable force moving people around the battlefield, the open sea paladin is all about freedom of movement, etc. There's not much here for min/maxers, but if you want to play evocative and thematic characters, I genuinely haven't seen a better set of subclasses.
To sum up, this book is the best sourcebook I've ever bought in terms of physical product, artwork, lore, and mechanics. What more could you ask for?
The design is beautiful, fits better than I expected. The best of all is a brand new tee that feels like you've known it for ages! I do wish there were girlcut versions but even the screen print didn't interfere with the comfort. Everyone needs this in their life. "Really? Everyone?" YES, Everyone, fan or not. Happiness isn't a warm gun, it's a cuddleworthy shirt!
That is all.
I had been in the market for facsimile carved bone dice, did not expect to find them for this price, with a bag, and by Critical Role. The bag holds my other two sets of dice as well. Do be aware the bag may put the slightest red tint onto your dice.
I do wish I could buy individual matching D6’s to go with but that’s being nitpicky.